[rt-users] Collect Feedback via CustumField and Link

Schincke, Keith Keith.Schincke at bcm.edu
Mon Mar 17 11:25:39 EDT 2014


I implemented this feedback/customer satisfaction system on a previous RT installation. 

I created a queue with a custom field for a satisfaction rating (1 -> 5). The feedback form was a simple Perl CGI.pm page. The link provided by the outgoing RT email include the ticket ID in the CGI argument. When the user submitted the form, a ticket was created in the feedback queue, the custom value stored, any comments were added and a link was created between the two tickets. Any duplicate submissions resulted in additional comments to the feedback ticket and an updating of the custom field.


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Subject: [rt-users] Collect Feedback via CustumField and Link


I'm pretty new to RT and want to implement a very simple feedback-function to our RT. 

I think of a scenario like this:

A customer gets an email when the ticket is resolved (already exists). In this mail he will see a simple rating matrix in form of traffic lights, smilies or something like this. This matrix should picture, if the customer is satisfied with our work on this ticket or not (positiv, neutral, negativ feedback). Behind these three matrix symbols are hyperlinks that represent the feedback in a customfield relayed to the ticket (0 = no feedback, 1 = positiv, 2= neutral, 3 = negativ). With a click on the suitable hyperlink/ image the customer is done with his feedback. 

Now I'm looking for a way to implement a customfield that reacts on autogenerated hyperlinks related to the customfield... Any ideas? 


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